Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Deal on Big Bear Cabins

Big Bear's got some Amazing Ski Conditions!

Come on up for some night skiing tonight and sunny skies today and tomorrow – we’ll give you 50% off for a 1 night stay tonight. We have just a few openings so call us and finish off 2009 with some awesome skiing.

Offer valid tonight arrival only (Dec 30, 2009)

Limited availability

Must be mentioned at time of booking


Saturday, December 26, 2009

Still Available for the New Year!

Are you looking for a place to spend the New Year holiday! Destination Disney, a gorgeous 3 bedroom 3 bath Lakefront home, still available for your Big Bear Vacation! Call now to get a great last minute deal on the AMAZING place!



Book Online Here!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Fresh Snow for the Holidays!

Big Bear has been treated to 6 inches of fresh snow just in time for the holiday season. Two small storms rolled though the mountains over the past few days leaving just enough snow behind to make sure we have a White Christmas! There is still availability for both Christmas and New Years so call now to book your winter getaway.


Monday, December 21, 2009

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from Big Bear Vacations
Dear Matt,

Big Bear Vacations would like to wish you and your family a very safe and happy holiday season.

Whether you're spending this holiday on the slopes or relaxing by a fire, we hope you end this year with a bang and start the New Year with a breath of fresh air.

We thank you for staying with us and look forward to helping you get the most out of your next Big Bear Vacation!

Cherie Scott

General Manager
Big Bear Vacations


To Make a Reservation call 1-800-524-6600 or Book Online Here!

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Snow in the Forecast!

Looks like we may be getting a little bit more of the white stuff! We still have some availability for the Christmas Holiday so call now to book! 1-800-524-6600

Dec 22, 2009

Mostly cloudy and colder with windy conditions, and scattered snow showers.

Hi 37°f / 32°f (base/top)
Lo 24°f / 20°f (base/top)

Sky Condition:
Mostly cloudy and colder with windy conditions, and scattered snow showers.

50% chance for snow.

Snow Potential
1 to 2 inches of snowfall. Snow making potential; Good at the base, Good up top.

SW/ NW at 15 to 25 gusts to 40mph.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Winter Time!

The Holidays are fast approaching! Have you made your plans yet? We are filling up fast for both Christmas and New Years so call now to book your winter getaway! Don't forget to check our Specials Page to make sure you are taking advantage of everything Big Bear has to offer this season!

The Current Snow Report from Bear Mountain Resorts

Another great night of snowmaking last night with snowmaking on everyone's favorite black diamond run, The Wall! With continued snowmaking these runs could be soon. Come enjoy a sunny day on the slopes at Snow Summit and Bear Mountain with 23 available lifts, 33 open runs, and 138 park features all with just one area use ticket. The forecast is amazing all the way through the weekend. So come on up and have some fun on the snow! All roads are open with no chain requirements.

The Current Forecast from Big Bear Weather

High pressure will bring us fair weather this week as afternoon highs strive to make it back into the lows 50s, while lows plummet into the teens. Little change through the weekend and even into next week as our forecast remains dry.

Monday, December 7, 2009

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Big Bear Weather Information

Looks like we might be getting some more of the white stuff soon! Hurry up and take advantage of low rates and great availability before the holiday season, not to mention the short lift lines at the slopes and fresh powder!

The current forecast from


Low pressure will begin to move into the area Sunday with increasing clouds and westerly winds 10-20mph with higher gusts and a slight chance for snow showers. Snow will become more likely Sunday night into Monday and could be heavy at times with blizzard like conditions throughout Monday, with the snow level down to 4,000 feet where around a foot of new snow is expected. This first, in our series of storms will move out Tuesday, the next in our series of storms is expected to arrive Wednesday into Thursday, but could be warmer, with higher snow levels. Highs will only make it into the 30s over the next week as lows cool into the upper teens & 20s. Obviously with rapidly changing weather conditions in the forecast over the next week, stay tuned for further information.

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